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LINKTV
Dec 4, 2013 2:00pm PST
by the annenberg/cpb project this is siena, a wonderfully preserved medieval city in central italy. at its heyday around 1300, it was one of the most civilized and prosperous places in europe. siena and other italian city-states can stand as a new beginning in our story of western art. hitherto, the old medieval world view had, put simply, divided the classes of society into the aristocracy at the top, the church, and the laboring peasantry at the bottom. in places like this, we see for the first time a new class, conscious of its own identity-- the merchants. these cities were no longer controlled by feudal lords. they were republics. here in siena, several thousand citizens were eligible for election to the governing bodies which met down there in the palazzo publica. and in the palazzo, there is a fresco painted in the 1340s which encapsulates their faith in the secular arts of government, in the moderating power of reason in human society. it's called the effects of good government. this marvous fresco, painted by ambrogio lorenzetti, was the first panoramic landscape on this scale in western
PBS
Dec 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
and meaning long woohoo. i eye. the key to the city is in berlin this is the journal. it can be with us. the story. gale force winds battering northern europe in the first one to store. goalies to amber shares in ukraine. most western foreign ministers meeting in kiev expressed support for the opposition this is rich in year to europe remain at record lows ecb chief sunday threatened to punish banks that don't pass it on to clients the it'll be your main account or if your store again for swings and wants to lead to the north this week canadians pay the founding forecasters are calling on the first major winter storm in northern germany ferries and trains have been canceled schools closed and residents are being asked to stay indoor. scotland and britain killing at least two people and the thing behind the creator of damage and destruction. ominous clouds covered the city of glasgow as water levels rise to dangerous levels. when some of the two hundred and twenty km house whipped across scotland. the pitching trees and causing widespread disruption to transport and power supplies. just
LINKTV
Dec 7, 2013 6:00am PST
, and the animosity is high. city officials even tried to wall off the roma settlement, but international outcry forced them to shelf the plans. they reside in this apartment block. more and more roma families are moving out of the ghetto, and their new neighbors often react with hostility. both in their early 20's, they still live with their parents. he squares a 65-square-meter apartment with his mother, father, and one of his sisters. one of them have a steady job. at the moment, he has an income. black market work that pays two uros 50 an hour. i tried to find a formal job when i finished school, he said. i went to the job center and filled out applications. i wanted to become a shelf, but i never found more than part-time work. his mother tells me the job center always says there's nothing available. it's because of our dark skin. he's sailing, there's never ork for us roma. under the table, he rolls a joint. memories linger of the hate campaign against the roma late this summer. neo nazis organized rallies across the czech republic. they were joined by many average citizens, chanting sloga
LINKTV
Dec 7, 2013 2:30pm PST
. we will have an update for you at the top of the hour. >> this is the roma ghetto in the check city. many of the houses are run down. some do not have running water. this person grew up here. the three friends return to their former neighborhood a few weeks ago when right-wing extremist tried to storm the area. hundreds of residents gather to stop them. me it was not for the police come and could. have been much worse was not for the police, he could have been much worse. they were really threatening me, he says. they tried to break through the police chain to grab me. we were really angry. we wanted to fight them. this is home to many roma, and animosity is high. city officials even tried to wall off the roma settlements, but international outcries forced them to shelve the plan s. these people reside in this high-rise apartment block. more and more roma families are moving out of the ghetto, and their new neighbors often react with hostility. both in their early 20s, they still live with their parents. they share a 65 square meter apartment with his mother, father, and one of his
PBS
Dec 7, 2013 5:30pm PST
city of loose tea not love them. many of the houses are run down. some don't have running water nero and marcel grew up here the three friends returned to their former neighborhood a few weeks ago when right wing extremists tried to storm the area. hundreds of residents gathered to stop them along with the meter tells me if it weren't for the police. it could've been much worse. and bill bill been and still insisted they were really threatening us as though at one point they came so close to us. i was scared they try to break through the police to grab me. we were really angry. we wanted to fight them to do with a view. if the thought that the focus to conclude. would you not love him is home to many roma and the animosity is high. city officials even tried to wall off the roman settlement. but international outcry forced them to show the plans. he went on to resign to this high rise apartment block. more and more roma families are moving out of the ghetto. and their new neighbors often react with hostility. both in their early twenties. you know in august to live with their parents.
PBS
Dec 1, 2013 5:30pm PST
outside of germany cities the anti government protests in time in the days counting on monday tens of thousands of demonstrators take to the streets in the capsule on top and some occupied government buildings including the interior ministry. the mind the resignation of prime minister the roxy no walks what we've learned you can read about the significance that what's right. she really cares that hurdle in front of your whole soul and the love the conflict has been simmering for years the opposition the keys is indexed in a while to clean up hope that the russian psyche and home upon an attack seems to know what. he was ousted in two thousand and six. went into after collapsing can fix it. on the si dos pot holes of foul play. a life in the media if this government for two years now and the accusations against the serious and unjustified. somebody save me the prime minister survived a confidence vote in parliament and pulled out the identities of the government has invoked emergency collison tight security the protest continued throughout. . for instance the notes it is stepping u
PBS
Dec 4, 2013 5:30pm PST
that financial markets to reward of the cities of the real economy. i'm not in vain to stop a few. the banks are accused of conspiring to fix benchmark interest rates increasing their profits at the expense of the customers take treats on both britain's libel. every day individual banks amid pages of the bridges bankers association. showing the interest rates that are going to lend money to other banks. they sustained used to calculate the light low interest rates the manipulation was easy traders and bank employees committed to falsify rates and line their pockets markets and ubs were also embroiled in the manipulation scandal. that both dogs fines by being the first to inform eu authorities of the collusion. and the eu competition authority says that's not the end of the story begins daily hundred of its biggest point of a twenty city was looking into yet another banking scandal. several international banks are also being investigated for allegedly fixing currency exchange rates. sunday could see further action from the european commission to get the big banks to clean up their act and pla
PBS
Dec 3, 2013 5:30pm PST
aye aye. the city of berlin ukrainian opposition. just a no confidence but still. it's trafficking. that time the standby. russian dancer gets six years for ordering an attack on the artistic director. all starallot. in the mostly you can even got going a step back of the opposition the conscience vote on images seen on the government remains in office. it did to defuse tension prime minister because of the top says he's ready to talk. as soon as the demonstrators and their blockade of official buildings in the cap the truth is the spot by president viktor yanukovich his decision to abandon a planned street even the eu now he's departed for an official visit to china protesters are angrier than ever. after the no confidence built tail. despite this setback in parliament the demonstrators in tm are bound to continue their protests until the government go the new rule would you even if the government disregards when people get an illegitimate regime. we need to form a government that respects all rules and our right to vote. it is a problem along. the afternoon due to the parliamenta
PBS
Dec 6, 2013 5:30pm PST
. finally a major storm in the nineteen seventies pushed through the sky. the city's famous fish market was awarded the central al is up to six meters higher than normal in some places as ocean swells pushed inland. shipping traffic was also disrupted the chairman is not just contain a seaport. it's on the two terminals stopped working. you can't operate a container terminal with its giant bridges in the face of wind speeds this time the storm hit northern jenny packing wind speeds of two hundred and fifty kilometers an hour. despite its apparent eat supper on the hunt list and makes them be it. just a few weeks ago a store called christian because authorities of god sent him a chill in the course promptly prepared this time around. this is the kind of storm impact is never predictable. so we were all anxious. when our sleeves it might've been much worse did he get up again. some tourists had already been sent to the baltic sea show the kites that is taking advantage of some serious miles. delays in shipping cost money but the shipping companies at the port operate to have already taken
PBS
Dec 2, 2013 5:30pm PST
. but to hope that i love to continue opposition groups have set up a courtly since entering him occupied city council building. normally fractious groups say the protests won't stop until the government resigns. you hear people took to the streets because they're disappointed yet the government and ministers keep changing but the situation hasn't changed it keeps getting worse and worse corruption and lawlessness. we have to change the system. your article. the parliamentary opposition hopes to force a no confidence vote as early as tomorrow. if the measure passes it would clear the way for new elections. the number left hand and i have on the line of cars find one i cut it close and independence crap like it's been in need of repairs as night is not one and at what is really the situation oh and i put one hundred people as well the government but that can occur when a kid like that he looks at them that they keep on coming out of whack actually it's two am what i particularly care for me to have faith. actually quite that you are cheerful we've got nowhere to be seen they would call it at my
LINKTV
Dec 8, 2013 2:30pm PST
a statue of lenin in the city. but first this report on another turbulent day in ukraine. opposition showed up in force with protesters cramming independent square and surrounding streets. they said they were determined to force out the government -- are in a new ukraine. as evening fell, demonstrators top shoot -- toppled a statue of lenin. it is a victory. people are in this together. taking to the streets together. every day it is growing. more and more people are there. >> i am happy so many people are here. they are ready to fight for ukraine. >> i don't want my country to become a police state where peaceful protest put down by violence. castnot want people to be for sharing their opinion in public. >> the protesters have put up with subzero temperatures. they say they will stay until the president steps down. this person has joined the protest. she said ukraine had a choice between dictatorship and the euro. a boxing champion has emerged as a major force for the opposition. said now isiew, he the time to act. >> 422 years, ukraine has hoped to become a modern country. it has not happ
PBS
Dec 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
of the group. the city. fans will have to wait until the twenty next june to see her those protections paramount. and that concludes our look at the week's news moon. ch she has two huge thank you. this year the day hang on. even though it's a win on sunday. shiites who make it. these. i was so dead after ten from korea's our iraq. specialist utilize the political economic social and cultural issues of korean society. korea us relations is the most important relations. we leave any country sunday at twelve pm it seems to me. contact center. he said. all spend my money. first two. two explosions at its that time you knew you who will want to it. i know. the news picks off a chair. in this week's episode. twenty six eleven attacks nor does this mean that all the five years of conduct. is the love of her
LINKTV
Dec 9, 2013 2:00pm PST
in san luis potosi north of mexico city combined technology and training to producene of the company's most productive facilities. we've built up a cadre of very experienced and expert people. and that's our most important asset -- our people are our most important asset. we've gone from pretty serious quality problems to achieving tolerances on our crankshaft machining line within 250 millionths of an inch. that's not bend and weld technology. schoumacher: mexico's new policy of openness to foreign investment had taken mexico from the simple assembly work at the maquiladoras to the full production and high technology at cummins. what did the trend signify for the mexican economy? the maquiladora program then stands as the blueprint upon which many of these deregulatory and privatizing strategies are. and the purpose is to make mexico more attractive for foreign investment. schoumacher: many mexican workers still cross the u.s. border in search of better jobs. but the low-tech jobs at border maquiladoras and the high-tech jobs at cummins's san luis potosi plant were evidence that low
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